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Yulia Goff, MSWI

After a long career in higher education and nonprofit management, I recognized that the time was right to pursue my life-long dream of being a clinical therapist. I am thrilled to expand my clinical skills at Resilient Life Counseling. Both in my personal and professional life, I have always been deeply invested in creating equitable opportunities for all members of my community, and resilience has been the central theme in these pursuits. In many ways, my work has primarily been about helping people discover and tap into their own unique strengths. 

On my off hours, I enjoy nature, art (especially theater), books, cooking, and time with family and friends. 

Self Pay/Clergy Pay

Accepted Insurances:

Select Health




My Story

As an immigrant from Ukraine, as a nontraditional professional, and as a single parent, I have had to develop and rely on my own reserves and networks of resilience, as well. Counseling has been an important part of that journey. I believe that we all have incredible capacity for resilience–and that we are stronger together. 


I have worked extensively with women, military veterans, youth, incarcerated individuals, international young adults, and immigrants. I have discovered that everyone’s life path has low points and difficult moments, but they do not define us. As a counselor, I am a caring collaborator invested in my clients’ success, and I am truly excited to work with you.


I look forward to working together!



Women's Mental Health
Couples Counseling
Young Adult Life Transitions
Distressed Relationships



The goal of Resilient Life is to ensure clients feel empowered and heard as they work through challenges, gain a deeper understanding of themselves, and find the right solutions that help them best navigate through life.

We work extensively with diverse communities, adolescents, young adults, women and couples. Our strengths include addressing women's issues, blending families, navigating divorce, couples counseling, family and parenting challenges, life transitions, diversity issues, navigating grief, anxiety and depression.

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